“Annie Hall” quotes

Movie Annie Hall
Woody Allen directed this movie in 1977
Title Annie Hall
Year 1977
Director Woody Allen
Genre Drama, Comedy, Romance
Plot – Alvy Singer is a comedian of Jewish origin who accidentally meets Annie Hall, a pretty but a little weirdo girl who comes from a wealthy family. Alvy begins a new relationship with her, but he's scared because of his two previous failed marriages. Annie doubts as well about the success of their relationship. They nonetheless meet, learn to know each other and discover their mutual weaknesses. After a wonderful begin, their love loses its passion, so Annie moves to Los Angeles where she hopes for something better.
All actors – Woody Allen, Diane Keaton, Tony Roberts, Carol Kane, Paul Simon, Shelley Duvall, Janet Margolin, Colleen Dewhurst, Christopher Walken, Donald Symington, Helen Ludlam, Mordecai Lawner, Joan Neuman, Jonathan Munk, Ruth Volner, Martin Rosenblatt, Hy Anzell, Rashel Novikoff, Russell Horton, Marshall McLuhan, Christine Jones, Mary Boylan, Wendy Girard, John Doumanian, Bob Maroff, Rick Petrucelli, Lee Callahan, Chris Gampel, Dick Cavett, Mark Lenard, Dan Ruskin, John Glover, Bernie Styles, Johnny Haymer, Ved Bandhu, John Dennis Johnston, Laurie Bird, Jim McKrell, Jeff Goldblum, William Callaway, Roger Newman, Alan Landers, Jean Sarah Frost, Vince O'Brien, Humphrey Davis, Veronica Radburn, Robin Mary Paris, Charles Levin, Wayne Carson, Michael Karm, Petronia Johnson, Shaun Casey, Ricardo Bertoni, Michael Aronin, Lou Picetti, Loretta Tupper, James Burge, Shelley Hack, Albert Ottenheimer, Paula Trueman, Beverly D'Angelo, Tracey Walter, David Wier, Keith Dentice, Susan Mellinger, Hamit Perezic, James Balter, Eric Gould, Amy Levitan, Gary Allen, Frank Vohs, Sybil Bowan, Margaretta Warwick, Lucy Lee Flippin, Gary Mule Deer, Sigourney Weaver, Walter Bernstein, Truman Capote, Scott Crawford, Gregory Doucette
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